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FAB Gab

By The Network on Feminist Approaches to Bioethics
The podcast of the International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics!

IJFAB is the leading forum in bioethics for feminist thought and debate. IJFAB welcomes feminist scholarship from any discipline on ethical issues related to health, health care, and the biomedical sciences, or to the social, economic, and environmental determinants of health. All submissions are subject to anonymous peer review. Since open access to scholarly research offers significant educational and social benefits, IJFAB supports “green” open access.
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FAB Gab Episode 24: Serene Ong on definitions of the family
Hosted and produced by Kathryn MacKay Guest: Serene Ong, National University of Singapore Paper: 'Who Counts as Family: A Pluralistic Account of Family in the Genetic Context' Transcript: provided by Otter.ai Music: The City Sleeps by Death by Ginger 
23:50
September 21, 2022
FAB Gab Episode 23: Keisha Ray on Black Bioethics
Hosted and produced by Kathryn MacKay Guest: Keisha Ray, McGovern Medical School, University of Texas at Houston Presentation: Black Bioethics and the Future of Health Equity Transcript: provided by Otter.ai Music: The City Sleeps by Death by Ginger
21:21
August 17, 2022
FAB Gab Episode 22: Containers, parts, or something else? Jeanne Proust discusses the multi-layered concept of the uterus
Hosted and produced by Kathryn MacKay Guest: Jeanne Proust Paper: "Women and Their Uteruses: Symbolic Vessels for Prejudiced Expectations," Paola Nicolas, Jeanne Proust, Margaret M. Fabiszak 15(1), pp. 49–70 Transcript: provided by Otter.ai Music: The City Sleeps by Death by Ginger
26:00
July 21, 2022
FAB Gab Episode 21: Katharine Wolfe on 'speciesism', ablism, and moral status of humans and animals
Hosted and produced by Kathryn MacKay Guest: Katharine Wolfe Paper: "What’s Wrong with “Speciesism?”: Toward an Anti-Ableist Reimagining of an Abused Term" Transcript: provided by Otter.ai Music: The City Sleeps by Death by Ginger
28:23
June 16, 2022
Episode 20: Anna Nelson on Partial Ectogenesis by Request
Hosted and produced by Kathryn MacKay Guest: Anna Nelson Paper: 'Should Delivery by Partial Ectogenesis Be Available on Request of the Pregnant Person?' IJFAB 15(1), Spring 2022, pp. 1-26. Transcript: provided by Otter.ai Music: The City Sleeps by Death by Ginger
20:46
May 19, 2022
Episode 19: Jemma Rollo on a Relational Ethics of Pregnancy
Hosted and produced by Kathryn MacKay Guest: Jemma Rollo Paper: A Relational Ethics of Pregnancy  Transcript: provided by Otter.ai Music: The City Sleeps by Death by Ginger
20:48
April 21, 2022
Episode 18: Ylva Gustafsson takes a critical approach to neurological accounts of empathy
Hosted and produced by Kathryn MacKay Guest: Ylva Gustafsson  Paper: A critical analysis of neurological theories on empathy in healthcare.  Transcript: provided by Otter.ai Music: The City Sleeps by Death by Ginger
27:49
March 16, 2022
FAB Gab Episode 17: Lida Sarafraz on missing females in cardiovascular research
Host: Kathryn MacKay Guest: Lida Sarafraz, University of Utah Paper: Understanding and Correcting Sex Disparity in Cardiovascular Disease Research: Ethical and Practical Solutions Transcript: provided by Otter.ai Music: The City Sleeps by Death by Ginger
22:51
February 16, 2022
FAB Gab Episode 16: Laura Cupples on a Disability Framework for Health Policy Research
Host: Kate MacKay Producer: Madeline Goldberger Guest: Laura Cupples from the University of Tennessee Transcript: Provided by Otter.ai Project: Cupples, L. (2021). Knowing with the Disability Community: Building a Disability Standpoint for Health Policy Research. International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics, 14(2), 36–60. https://doi.org/10.3138/ijfab-14.2.03  Music: 'The City Sleeps' by Death By Ginger 
28:21
January 20, 2022
FAB Gab Episode 15: Eva De Clercq on Young Adults with Variations of Sex Characteristics
Host: Kathryn MacKay Producer: Madeline Goldberger Guest: Eva De Clercq from the Institute of Biomedical Ethics at the University of Basel Transcript: Provided by Otter.ai Project:  De Clercq. (2021). A Tsunami of Love: Overcoming the Violence of Curiosity—The Lived Experiences of Young Adults Born with Variations of Sex Characteristics. International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics, 14(2), 11–35. https://doi.org/10.3138/ijfab-14.2.02 Music: 'The City Sleeps' by Death By Ginger 
31:49
December 16, 2021
FAB Gab Episode 14: Hilde Lindemann on Language Suburbs
Host: Kate MacKay Producer: Madeline Goldberger Guest: Hilde Lindemann, Professor of Philosophy Emerita at Michigan State University Transcript: Provided by Otter.ai Project: Lindemann, H. (2021). FAB 2020 Plenary Lecture Stories That Free Us. International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics, 14(2), 1–10. https://doi.org/10.3138/ijfab-14.2.01 Music: 'The City Sleeps' by Death By Ginger 
14:28
November 18, 2021
FAB Gab Episode 13: Amy Reed-Sandoval on Abortion Bans and Pandemic Ethics
Host: Kate MacKay Producer: Madeline Goldberger Guest: Amy Reed-Sandoval from University of Nevada, Las Vegas Transcript: Provided by Otter.ai Project:   Reed-Sandoval, A. (2021). Revisiting Relational Pandemic Ethics in Light of the COVID-19 Abortion Bans in the United States. International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics, 14(1), 141–156. https://doi.org/10.3138/ijfab-14.1.07 Music: 'The City Sleeps' by Death By Ginger 
20:23
October 14, 2021
FAB Gab Episode 12: Jill Drouillard on Pregnancy and Creating a Gender-Inclusive Reproductive Ethics
Host: Kate MacKay Producer: Madeline Goldberger Guest: Jill Drouillard Transcript: Provided by Otter.ai Project: Drouillard, J. (2021). The King Was Pregnant: Reproductive Ethics and Transgender Pregnancy. International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics, 14(1), 120–140. https://doi.org/10.3138/ijfab-14.1.06 Music: 'The City Sleeps' by Death By Ginger 
17:53
September 17, 2021
FAB Gab Episode 11: Maria Howard on Rational Suicide
Host: Kate MacKay Producer: Madeline Goldberger Guest: Maria Howard Paper: ‘Countering the Rational Suicide Story’. IJFAB Volume 14 Issue 1, Spring 2021, pp. 73-102. https://doi.org/10.3138/ijfab-14.1.04 Transcript: provided by Otter.ai Music: The City Sleeps by Death by Ginger Trigger warning for all listeners - suicide.
25:41
August 19, 2021
FAB Gab Episode 10: Kate Mason on Early Motherhood Bioethics
Host: Kate MacKay Producer: Madeline Goldberger Guest: Kate Mason Transcript: Provided by Otter.ai Project:   Mason, K. A. (2021). Postpartum Maternal Tethering: A Bioethics of Early Motherhood. International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics, 14(1), 49–72. https://doi.org/10.3138/ijfab-14.1.03 Music: 'The City Sleeps' by Death By Ginger 
22:59
July 15, 2021
FAB Gab Episode 9: Mercer Gary on Care Robots and the Mechanisation of Health Care
Host: Kate MacKay Producer: Madeline Goldberger Guest: Mercer Gary Transcript: Provided by Otter.ai Project: Gary, M. E. (2021). Care Robots, Crises of Capitalism, and the Limits of Human Caring. International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics, 14(1), 19–48. https://doi.org/10.3138/ijfab-2020-07-28  Music: 'The City Sleeps' by Death By Ginger 
18:21
June 17, 2021
FAB Gab Episode 8: Nora Hämäläinen on a Higher Level of Reflection on the Bioethical Process
FAB Gab Pod Episode #8: Nora Hämäläinen on a Higher Level of Reflection on the Bioethical Process Host: Kate MacKay Producer: Madeline Goldberger Guest: Nora Hämäläinen Transcript: Provided by Otter.ai Project: Hämäläinen, N. (2021). Contextuality, Bioethics, and the Nature of Philosophy: Reflections on Murdoch, Diamond, Walker, and the Groningen Approach. International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics, 14(1), 103–119. https://doi.org/10.3138/ijfab-14.1.05 Music: 'The City Sleeps' by Death By Ginger 
22:37
May 20, 2021
FAB Gab Episode 7: Susan Stark on the Intersection of Gender and Race
Host: Kate MacKay Producer: Madeline Goldberger Guest: Susan Stark Transcript: Provided by Otter.ai Project: Stark, S., 'Home Birth and the Maternity Outcomes Emergency: Attending to Race and Gender in Childbirth.' International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics, Volume 14 Issue 1, Spring 2021, pp. 2-18. https://doi.org/10.3138/ijfab-14.1.01  Music: 'The City Sleeps' by Death By Ginger 
26:18
April 15, 2021
FAB Gab Episode 6: IJFAB Editors on the Journal
Host: Kate MacKay Producer: Madeline Goldberger Guest: IJFAB editors - Robyn Bluhm, Jackie Leach Scully, and Anna Gotlib Show Notes Links: IJFAB Journal, IJFAB Blog, FAB Network Transcript: provided by Otter.ai Music: The City Sleeps by Death by Ginger
36:01
March 25, 2021
FAB Gab Episode 5: Karey Harwood on New Eugenics and Procreative Liberty
Host: Kate MacKay Guest: Karey Harwood Paper: 'Which “New Eugenics”? Expanding Access to ART, Respecting Procreative Liberty, and Protecting the Moral Equality of All Persons in an Era of Neoliberal Choice", IJFAB Volume 13 Issue 2, Fall 2020, pp. 148-173. Transcript: provided by Otter.ai Music: The City Sleeps by Death by Ginger
24:08
February 18, 2021
FAB Gab Episode 4: Michael Doan and Ami Harbin on Relational Understandings of Public Health
Host: Kate MacKay Guests: Michael Doan and Ami Harbin Paper: 'Public health and precarity,' IJFAB Volume 13 Issue 2, Fall 2020, pp. 108-130. Transcript: provided by Otter.ai Music: The City Sleeps by Death by Ginger
27:05
January 13, 2021
FAB Gab Episode 3: Jennifer Bell on using Relational Autonomy to frame Qualitative Research
Host: Kate MacKay Guest: Jennifer A. H. Bell Paper: J.A.H. Bell (2020), 'Relational Autonomy as a Theoretical Lens for Qualitative Health Research,' IJFAB: International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics 13:2 Transcript: provided by Descript Music: The City Sleeps by Death by Ginger
24:17
December 10, 2020
FAB Gab Episode 2: Carolyn McLeod reflects on relational autonomy and the work of Sue Sherwin
Host: Kate MacKay Guest: Carolyn McLeod Paper: Carolyn McLeod (2020) 'My Relational Autonomy and My Relationship with Susan Sherwin,' IJFAB: International Journal of Feminist Approaches to Bioethics 13:2, 9-11. Transcript: provided by Descript Music: The City Sleeps by Death by Ginger
19:06
November 10, 2020
FAB Gab Episode 1: Special Issue on Sue Sherwin with Kirsten Borgerson and Letitia Meynell
Host: Kate MacKay Guests: Kirsten Borgerson and Letitia Meynell Issue: Shaping a More Just Bioethics: A Celebration of the Work of Susan Sherwin Transcript: provided by Descript Music: The City Sleeps by Death by Ginger
21:21
October 12, 2020
Welcome to FAB Gab
Host: Kate MacKay Transcript: provided by Descript Music: The City Sleeps by Death by Ginger
02:29
September 16, 2020